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Assistant Children’s Ministry Leader

Assistant Children’s Ministry Leader

The Assistant Children’s Ministry Leader is responsible for helping to create and sustain a Christ-Centered learning environment where children grow closer to Jesus Christ.

If you are interested in learning more about the position, please send a cover letter and your resume to recruiting@livingtheword.net.

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We Value Jesus

Jesus matters to our daily lives.

We Value Application of Scripture

Teaching is for life-change.

We Value Growth

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We Value Community Groups

Growing larger and smaller at the same time.

We Value Service

Every member is a minister.

We Value Innovation

Changing methods … unchanging message.

We Value Unity and Diversity

Focusing on the things that unite us, not the things that divide us.

We Value People

People matter to God.

We Value Emotional and Spiritual Health

All of you are important to God.

We Value Integrity

A culture of love and honesty.

We Value Excellence

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We Value A Graceful Community

Living in restoration.

We Value Teamwork

Working together towards one common goal.

With that in mind take a look at the job description below and if is sounds like a good fit consider appliying

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Assistant Children’s Ministry Leader Job Description

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Provide leadership to the creation and/or selection of age-appropriate learning curriculum and assist with the following activities and duties:
  • Recruit and provide leadership to volunteer teachers and support staff
  • Develop written ministry descriptions for volunteers and support staff
  • Create, organize, and ensure the facilitation of an age-appropriate worship experience
  • Pursue the discipleship of children in the church, and their further integration into the larger church community 
  • Develop and maintain positive working relationships with parents, volunteers, and peer staff
  • Perform other tasks and duties as assigned

 

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  • Sound judgment and the ability to maintain confidentiality
  • Ability to serve as part of a team and to effectively lead a team
  • Dependability/accessibility
  • Experience managing staff and resources
  • Excellent administrative skills
  • Critical thinking and problem-solving skills
  • Ability to multi-task
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, internet applications, and email application
  • Excellent communication and organizational skills

Spiritual Gifts Helpful for This Position

  • Leadership
  • Wisdom
  • Discernment
  • Administration

Character Traits Needed for This Position

  • Passion for Christ and for the work of ministry
  • Excellent people and oral and written communication skills
  • Experience with communicating in a church or similar culture
  • Team builder and team player
  • Outstanding follow-through and task completion required
  • High integrity, trustworthy, on time and reliable
  • Self-motivated/self-starter
  • Flexible and teachable

Additional Requirements

  • Complete Church Membership Classes
  • Attend a service on a weekly basis
  • Baptized as a follower of Christ
  • Regard the Bible as God’s final authority in all areas of Christian life and desire to be wholly obedient to it
  • Wholeheartedly affirm the church’s Statement of Faith
  • Live a lifestyle consistent with scriptural principles, including giving through tithes and offerings

Education and Professional Experience:

  • Prior experience working in ministry as a leader with children, youth, teens, or young adults

If you are interested in learning more about the position, please send a cover letter and your resume to recruiting@livingtheword.net.

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About Living The Word

Do you remember that initial spark—the moment you woke up to your purpose? Where you suddenly felt alive, ready to take on the world?

Maybe it started as a tiny ember, but it grew into a bonfire of life-giving warmth. You were all light. All joy. And it seemed like nothing could ever stop what God was doing in your heart.

But then, maybe you trusted someone who wasn't trustworthy, who stole your fire and left you in the cold. Maybe rules or obligations snuffed it out, or life sent more rain than you could handle.

And even if you look perfect on the outside, you know you're not okay. You lost that special part of you, and now you wonder if it's too late to get it back.

We've been there, too — burned out, tired, and wondering if God could help us. We thought we had done everything right, only to come up short in the end.

We needed rest.

And when we went back to Him, we found grace for mistakes we had made. We found healing from disappointment and heartache. We received rest for our tired-out souls.

We discovered you can find glowing embers among the ashes. Hope and passion can spring to life again. And, with help from Jesus and trustworthy people, you can start a fresh fire — one you can sustain for as long as you live, bringing light and warmth to everyone you meet.

Find healing. Restart your fire. Help make a difference in the lives of others here at Living the Word Church.